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By French / Thursday 24 October 2013 12:52 / Australia - Saint Kilda
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By  Faddyy6  |  17

never teach negative words in any language.

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not..will...I...be..you. .with..anymore .they arent negative words but scramble them together differently-->.."I will not be with you anymore"....they turn into a negative sentence. lol

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  Zebediabolical  |  36

My family business is involved in a program that brings interns from around the world for weeks or months at a time. Any time I meet a new one I learn how to say hello in their language, then it quickly devolves into 'teach me to curse'

By  rebelbelle  |  17

How did you not see that coming?

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  Zebediabolical  |  36

If you want to communicate in Canada, learn English. It's only the douchebag language police and hardline seperatists in Quebec that won't use it. And you probably don't want to talk to them anyway.

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  dupapier_fml  |  6

#67 Yep miss :) I moved to live in Quebec last year. Pretty much it depends where you go in Quebec. Like Montreal and the south most people speaks English but if you're going to Quebec city or the north it's a lot of people that don't speak at all and not because they are hard core French speakers. Just they don't know the language or are afraid to make fools of themselves. I just find the douchebag and separatist view really restrictive and a little insulting.

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  dupapier_fml  |  6

It's "de" but not because of the negation. It's because in this case we are considering the fishes as a "species". Even if you still have to use plural for "poissons". Basicaly it's an exception. We French love those...

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  magiczebra  |  9

That's not the point though. OP spent a good amount of time to teach his girlfriend French, then she dumped him right after. He did a caring gesture for her, and it sucks to be dumped after that.

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Okay look guys, I know you're trying to make him feel better of whatever in French, but it's very hard to like a comment when you don't know what it says. Let/s just stick to English from now on.

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